Effective Presentation Skills
Presentations are very much a part of every manager, supervisor or
executive’s daily responsibilities. And what distinguish the successful
professionals from everyone else are effective presentation skills. Theses
skills are most critical to the success of each individual professional and they
lead to the successes of businesses as well.
GMs, Department Managers, Supervisors, Executives and those who
want to improve their presentation skills.
Speak and think
with greater clarity and purpose, stress key ideas
Face an audience
with confidence and control, make the most of your own natural speaking style
organize your presentation to influence and persuade listeners, get the response
and results you want
Conquer fear and
performance skills, your sense of humor and your own personality work for you!
l Give impromptu and prepared presentations before the class and receive personalized feedback
preparing for presentation – managing presentation stress
presentational purpose, audience analysis, focusing on audience needs
opening, body and close – organizational techniques – encouraging audience
power of body language – how you are perceived by others, commanding/focusing
attention, using your body and voice to influence an audience
Effective use of
audiovisual aids – creating interesting, compelling PowerPoint slides
audience – effective word and message choice
difficult questions from an audience
Christopher Teed, Senior Consultant for Beijing LDBJ Consulting Co., Ltd., is a renowned expert in the disciplines of business communication and presentations.
Mr. Teed has more than 6 years of experience in China providing Business Communication and Presentation Skills training to MNCs, JVs, SOEs, private businesses, and educational institutions, making full use of his education in journalism and experience as a TV reporter and newspaper columnist and owner of a communications company in Canada providing, among other services, presentation skills training, public and media relations, advertising and marketing to clients including politicians and political parties, corporate managers and private business owners.
A partial list of his clients in China
includes Motorola, Nokia, Daimler Chrysler, Peking University, GE, Novartis,
Shell, Honeywell and DTZ.
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